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MicroProfile GraphQL introduction

MicroProfile GraphQL has just released it’s first version (1.0). In this blog post we will explore some of the functionalities available in this release. We will reference an example application, where we use Thorntail as a runtime, manually adding the SmallRye GraphQL Implementation. What is GraphQL? “GraphQL is an open-source data query and manipulation language for APIs, and a runtime for fulfilling queries with ...

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What Are The Benefits Of Website Testing On The Cloud?

The development of web applications is becoming more and more dynamic. Big and small enterprises are rolling out web applications and upgraded versions in very short intervals. The faster your release cycles are, the more important it becomes to thoroughly your web applications. To support agile methodology, professionals are constantly striving to discover assets beneficial to the QA teams. One ...

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Flutter App Automation Using Appium Flutter Driver

Flutter has been creating waves in the app development space since its launch. The reason is simple, it solves the problem of creating two different codebases for a single app to run on Android and iOS devices. Some experts say that Flutter which was launched by Google is to counter React Native which is used by Facebook. Nevertheless, this is ...

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17 Excuses Every Website Tester Should Get Rid Of Immediately

Let’s face it. No matter how perfect we try to make a website, we are bound to make some mistakes. Errors are unavoidable, no matter how minor they are. Which is why we fail to guarantee a bug-free release, even after conducting thorough rounds of testing of different types, such as stress testing, cross browser testing, responsive testing etc. Considering ...

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Selenium Automation Testing on Internet Explorer (IE) & Edge

Design and Usability are two important factors when you are building a consumer web product/web application. You might need to step into the shoes of the customers in order to tackle different usability problems. However, you may have to fill in a lot of shoes considering the fact that not all your customers would be using the same browsers as ...

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Starting Appium Server and launching the app from code

Quick Links: Basics of Appium Mobile TestingAppium Setup for WindowsWriting The First Appium Test Automation Script (Android) Starting Appium Server and launching the app from code In the previous blog in this series, we learned how to write the first Appium script for Android devices. Now in this blog, we will understand how to start the Appium server.The code structure ...

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Frontend vs Backend Development

I am sure you might have got into discussion of frontend vs backend development or some engineers want to do only one type of development. I am passionate engineer for more than decade and have got opportunity to see full spectrum.  I have done development on extreme end of both the side. In this post i will share something on ...

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The Twelve-Factor App Methodology – Key to Amazing Distributed Web Applications

With the advent of cloud computing, the dynamics of developing web applications has changed astronomically. This transition has not been an easy journey.  Developers who were before comfortable with deploying to one server, now had to tackle multiple servers and the distribution of load. They also had to take into consideration the combination of different files with each other—and with ...

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Why Choose MEAN Stack for Your Web App Development?

With every passing year, the number of apps being downloaded is increasing rapidly. In 2018, approximately 205 billion apps were downloaded. This is why software and app development are becoming lucrative career options. However, app development isn’t exactly a piece of cake. Instead, it is marked by a variety of complicated decisions. As an app developer, your ability to make ...

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